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Can a Wife Force Her Husband to Move Out?

By: Lorna Elliott LLB (hons), Barrister - Updated: 15 Jul 2018 |
 
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Q.

My daughter in law has decided she no longer wants to be married to my son (for no good reason other than she is fed up). They have 3 year old twins. He is a fantastic father and does not wish to leave his home (that he jointly owns) and boys. Has she the right to make him leave prior to any legal separation or divorce?

(J.S, 6 July 2009)

A.

I was saddened to read that your son is in this situation with his wife and two young children. As for the question of whether your daughter in law has the right to tell your son to leave – the answer in short is no. Your daughter in law would need to get a solicitor, and go to court to obtain an order to force your son from the family home.

Valid Grounds for Divorce

You have mentioned that your daughter in law is merely ‘fed up’. This is not a valid ground for divorce unless your son was willing to accept that the marriage had irretrievably broken down. There are five ways that this can be proven:

  • One spouse has committed adultery
  • One spouse has behaved unreasonably
  • One spouse has deserted the other for a minimum of two years
  • Both spouses consent to separation and have remained separated for at least two years
  • One spouse has decided to separate from the other spouse (without the other’s consent) for a minimum period of five years.
As your daughter in law may soon discover, it isn’t merely a matter of becoming fed up and deciding unilaterally to bring the marriage to an end.

Children and the Family Home

If your son decided that his marriage had become unbearable so that he chose to leave voluntarily, that would not have any effect on his ownership of the property – he would still be the joint owner.

In the event that your daughter in law does decide to pursue divorce proceedings, the court has wide ranging powers in relation to visitation rights and what happens to the family home. If the worst does come to the worst, your son has legal rights in relation to maintaining contact with his two children.

Marriage Help

It may be worth suggesting (obviously without wanting to look as though you’re interfering) that your son and his wife could try to address their problems, either by approaching Relate (www.relate.org.uk) or another marriage guidance service. Using this type of service is not a sign of weakness in a marriage, rather that the two people involved are adult enough to want to work together for the sake of their marriage and their children. If your daughter in law has left it until she is ‘fed up’ with the marriage before telling your son she feels this way, they may as a couple benefit from improving the way they communicate with one another.

I really hope that your son and daughter in law can address their issues without having to resort to separation or divorce.

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Cdw - Your Question:
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Our Response:
When you are in a marriage, income and finances are considered joint. The link here, should explain all you need to know.
DivorceResource - 6-Jul-18 @ 3:15 PM
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Cdw - 4-Jul-18 @ 2:14 PM
mandy walker - Your Question:
My civil partner of 6 years is mentally damaged from childhood and this has ruined our partnership as she is so cold. I owned a large house before her and she only brought contents from her council house. she has 5 children only 1 of which is dependent financially. she works full time as I do. can I get her to leave and have a court treat my house as a non joint asset as she is financially independant and able to provide for her child?

Our Response:
The link here , will tell you all you need to know.
DivorceResource - 28-Jun-18 @ 10:40 AM
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mandy - 27-Jun-18 @ 3:02 PM
@freedom2018 - she can't force you to sell unless you sign an agreement to do so. If she wanted to force it she would have to take it to court.
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Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. Unfortunately, your only recourse here is to seek legal advice about gaining contact to your child.
DivorceResource - 4-Jun-18 @ 12:12 PM
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Dazza - Your Question:
We live in a rented council house my wife has asked me to leave we are married but I cannot find anywhere that if I have a right to stay for now till I can afford to move out but I am not on the rent agreement and the council so do I have any rights to stay for longer

Our Response:
You can see more via the CAB link here, which should help answer your question.
DivorceResource - 21-May-18 @ 1:41 PM
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Dazza - 20-May-18 @ 2:34 PM
Dode - Your Question:
I split up with my wife in 2010. She stayed in the family home with the children and I moved out. The house wasn't maintained by her and in 2015 we agreed that she would move in with her new partner and I could move back into the house with the children with the view to doing it up for sale for for which she verbally agreed to pay half towards the costs when the house was sold. The house was initially going to be put up for sale when our youngest turned 18 in April 2017 but we actually listed it about 10 months later for various reasons. We are currently trying to sort out the split of the house proceeds as and when it sells as that is the only joint asset. She is now refusing to pay anything towards the refurbishent costs which were substantial as the house was such a mess. Both the children are willing to be witnesses that she said she would pay half but she is still refusing. Any tips ? We have as decree nisi but not the absolute so I'm assuming a last resort would be to just stay in the house ?

Our Response:
If you can prove you put money into the house for refurbishment, you can push for the extra money via your solicitor (as this would stand up in court). However, if your ex refuses these demands, your only option would be to apply to court. Or, if you refuse to move (and create a stalemate position) then your ex too would have the option to apply to court. If it does go to court, it will cost you both financially. If you can both decide to agree between you or via mediation then this is by far your best option.
DivorceResource - 24-Apr-18 @ 11:59 AM
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Dode - 23-Apr-18 @ 6:48 PM
Concerned retiree - Your Question:
My husband retired last year at 68. He has substantial pension provision which he has not touched which is worth 3 times the equity we hold in our home. We are relying on his state pension and our joint savings to live on. My only income is a small private pension worth only £20 per week. He is a deeply controlling man and has made it very difficult for me to work even though I had a good career when we met. We have been married for 36 years. He has often been very violent towards me in the past. We have no friends as it’s impossible with his volcanic temper. Even my family avoid us as his behaviour is so unpredictable.He has now said he has no intention of paying off the mortgage and wants to get a lifetime mortgage of £150,000. The equity is about £250,000. We have 5 children; 2 each from previous marriages in their 40’s and one in her 20’s who is a post grad student. My deep fear is that if I predecease him he will change our mirrored wills and leave out my children from my previous marriage or if he predeceases me I will have a large debt I have no means to pay off if he leaves his pensions to his children. I am not entitled to any state pension for another 3.5 years.Bombshell occurred last year. I thought our joint savings would be used to pay off the 5 year mortgage taken out when he was 65 but instead, in the presence of our IFA, he said he intended paying it into his wrap ISA pension. I was so shocked I froze the account the following day. I am constantly threatened to release these funds. Can I request maintenance from him if we divorce? I have enough savings to support myself for about 1 year but it seems unlikely I could get a job at my age. We live about an hour away from any sizeable town.

Our Response:
You will be entitled to an equal share of your joint assets, savings and your husband's pension provision. Please see link here and here. You have an equal say regarding whether you remortgage, and you are entitled to refuse. It's worth paying for legal advice in order to explore your options.
DivorceResource - 23-Apr-18 @ 2:08 PM
Abe001 - Your Question:
My wife moved out last summer after saying she didn't want to be with me anymore; turns out she was actually seeing someone from work.She is not named on the mortgage, never paid towards the mortgage and contributed very little to the upkeep of the home financially.She has now decided she cannot afford to stay in the flat she is renting; whilst still pursuing a relationship with her work colleague, so is threatening to move back into the house, unless I buy her out; can she do that?My Son from a previous marriage lives with me, but we have no children together.

Our Response:
Much depends upon how long you have been married and whether your house would be considered a pre-marital asset. If you have assets that you owned before the marriage, such as money or property that you have inherited, payouts from personal injury awards or other legal settlements, or gifts that you receive during the marriage that were not intended as ‘family’ gifts, these are considered non-marital assets. It means if your current marriage is short (up to five years), it is likely you will retain what was yours before the marriage and any assets accrued after the marriage will be divided. However, the longer the marriage, the more your ex will have a claim on these assets. You can of course refuse your ex to move back in. In which case, she would have to apply for court. The fact you have your son living with you and you have no children between you is more advantageous to you in this case. What you will have to establish via a solicitor is what rights she does have. For example, if you have been married for 20 years, then she will obviously have more of a claim on the home than if you had been married for only a few years.
DivorceResource - 23-Apr-18 @ 9:54 AM
My wife moved out last summer after saying she didn't want to be with me anymore; turns out she was actually seeing someone from work. She is not named on the mortgage, never paid towards the mortgage and contributed very little to the upkeep of the home financially. She has now decided she cannot afford to stay in the flat she is renting; whilst still pursuing a relationship with her work colleague, so is threatening to move back into the house, unless I buy her out; can she do that? My Son from a previous marriage lives with me, but we have no children together.
Abe001 - 22-Apr-18 @ 6:08 PM
My husband retired last year at 68. He has substantial pension provision which he has not touched which is worth 3 times the equity we hold in our home. We are relying on his state pension and our joint savings to live on. My only income is a small private pension worth only £20 per week. He is a deeply controlling man and has made it very difficult for me to work even though I had a good career when we met. We have been married for 36 years. He has often been very violent towards me in the past. We have no friends as it’s impossible with his volcanic temper. Even my family avoid us as his behaviour is so unpredictable. He has now said he has no intention of paying off the mortgage and wants to get a lifetime mortgage of £150,000. The equity is about £250,000. We have 5 children; 2 each from previous marriages in their 40’s and one in her 20’s who is a post grad student. My deep fear is that if I predecease him he will change our mirrored wills and leave out my children from my previous marriage or if he predeceases me I will have a large debt I have no means to pay off if he leaves his pensions to his children. I am not entitled to any state pension for another 3.5 years. Bombshell occurred last year. I thought our joint savings would be used to pay off the 5 year mortgage taken out when he was 65 but instead, in the presence of our IFA, he said he intended paying it into his wrap ISA pension. I was so shocked I froze the account the following day. I am constantly threatened to release these funds. Can I request maintenance from him if we divorce? I have enough savings to support myself for about 1 year but it seems unlikely I could get a job at my age. We live about an hour away from any sizeable town.
Concerned retiree - 21-Apr-18 @ 12:23 PM
Barb - Your Question:
Hi, my husband and I have been married for 7 years now but since last year we have very difficult marriage. My husband had an affair so my sister in law was our mediator as the whole family wanted us to remain in our marriage for the sake of our two children. Now I found out my husband is talking to another woman and arranging to meet with her. I confronted him but he denied all. We just moved in to our new flat and I am a joint tenant. I asked my husband to move out and I told him I want divorce but he refuses to do so. Can I force him out?

Our Response:
The Shelter link here, should help you assess what your options are.
DivorceResource - 20-Apr-18 @ 10:58 AM
Hi, my husband and I have been married for 7 years now but since last year we have very difficult marriage. My husband had an affair so my sister in law was our mediator as the whole family wanted us to remain in our marriage for the sake of our two children. Now I found out my husband is talking to another woman and arranging to meet with her. I confronted him but he denied all. We just moved in to our new flat and I am a joint tenant. I asked my husband to move out and I told him I want divorce but he refuses to do so. Can I force him out?
Barb - 13-Apr-18 @ 12:59 PM
@Hanh - You might want to change your solicitor if your current solicitor isn't being helpful. You can take the matter to court if you haven't succeeded at mediation. it sounds like a nightmare life. But don't let him bully you!
MaiV - 13-Apr-18 @ 9:47 AM
We had divorce nisi 4 months ago, been mediation 4 times but my ex husband still doesntwant to move out. He has a whole share of holiday house in cornwall worth £250k and his penson worth £27k for himself, I have asked for his share of the 2 bedroom flat worth £17k and £6k in cash only for me and my son to remain in the flat where Im sharing a small bedroom with my son the last 8 years and my ex has a biggest bedroom. He said he agree to move out and transfer his share of the flat to me only, not anything else, he has a whole share of corwall house and penson. I still need £6k and he said he is not moving out until I agree. He cause me and my son stressed and sorrow every single day. Mediation and my solicitor didnt help very much. Please can you advice if I can apply for court order to give him dead line to move out because we have been divorce for more than a year and live seperated 8 years already. Why he can do what he want and I just have to suffer them? Im looking forwards to hearing from you soon Many thanks Hanh
Hanh - 12-Apr-18 @ 10:59 AM
Lori Emery - Your Question:
I am married, I have 2 children from a previous relationship and he has 1 whom he has custody of. I found out that he has been secretly drinking vodka in large amounts for months and has hit rock bottom. He is threatening suicide and I am very worried about him. He needs help but I need to protect the children. We are joint owners of our house. I would like him to leave while he gets help. If he won't go, can I make him? This might sound harsh but my kids are not growing up in a house with an alcoholic, especially my step daughter who has already been through so much. Thanks

Our Response:
If you both have a jointly-owned house, then you are both allowed to remain in the house. Mutual negotiation is the best option here. However, unless your husband agrees (or unless you have PR of your step-child), you would not have automatic residency of her. Mediation may be a option for you both to consider if you cannot agree between yourselves.
DivorceResource - 10-Apr-18 @ 10:08 AM
I am married, I have 2 children from a previous relationship and he has 1 whom he has custody of. I found out that he has been secretly drinking vodka in large amounts for months and has hit rock bottom. He is threatening suicide and I am very worried about him. He needs help but I need to protect the children. We are joint owners of our house. I would like him to leave while he gets help. If he won't go, can I make him? This might sound harsh but my kids are not growing up in a house with an alcoholic, especially my step daughter who has already been through so much. Thanks
Lori - 9-Apr-18 @ 4:17 AM
Sk - Your Question:
Iv been married for 16 years with two children in a highly abusive, controlling and threatening relationship. I cant take any more. If I moved out (only as I have found out my husband does not legally own our home, and I have discussed with my children and for their sake, dont want to cause even more upheaval to them) I want to move local so im still close to my children, dont really know if I can afford to do so yet as been told I will have to pay maintenance too. But my main question is, I'm petrified for my safety. I think he will also play on my fear, can I do anything to prevent this. Its the biggest decision of my life, all my family are against the idea, but im so fed up of living in fear, I want to do what I want to do for a change , and I want to stay local, iv made the area my home and feel a sense of security knowing whats around me :,,,(

Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. If your husband is controlling to you, then is leaving your children with him a good idea? That is a question you would have to consider. Yes, if you begin earning money you would be liable to pay child maintenance to help provide for your children. Equally, you can ask your husband to leave. If you are in an abusive relationship and you receive physical abuse, it is advisable to call the police. You may wish to contact Woman's Aid, which may help you further, please see link here.
DivorceResource - 6-Apr-18 @ 3:38 PM
franciour - Your Question:
Hi, My wife and I are going through some difficult times in our marriage and she asked if I would move out. She asked to separate a few months back and I found out she had an affair after this date with a work colleague. I saw a message on her phone and confronted her to which she admitted it.We decided to work past it but she is now backtracking and accusing me of illegally hacking her phone and suggested I move out. I asked her why I have to move out as I have no friends or family here (I moved to England to for her) and she is using the term primary caregiver, even though we share responsibility for looking after the kids - she often works nights and I am solely responsible for them.I still want to work on the relationship, but she wants some space.My 2 questions are: 1, Am I unreasonable to refuse her request? she could go to her mums for space. 2. What are my rights?Thank you for your help in advance!

Our Response:
I am sorry to hear this. There are no right or wrongs in coming to an agreement regarding separation. The best way to approach it is to try to agree between you both. If your wife wishes to separate, then you cannot force her to remain in the relationship. The deciding issues are where you shall both live and who the children should live with and whether you opt for shared-care of the children. Whoever becomes the official primary carer i.e the one that can claim child benefit, it the parent that can also claim child maintenance from the other parent. Mediation may be an option for you both to consider. Mediation takes place in front of a neutral third party. The mediator has no pre-conceptions and will not force you to make an agreement. They will assist the two parties in taking turns in the conversation, and help you reach a decision that you are ready to agree with. Mediators do not pass judgment or offer guidance; they are there, in effect, to facilitate conversation between the two sides.
DivorceResource - 6-Apr-18 @ 11:11 AM
Hi,My wife and I are going through some difficult times in our marriage and she asked if I would move out.She asked to separate a few months back and I found out she had an affair after this date with a work colleague.I saw a message on her phone and confronted her to which she admitted it. We decided to work past it but she is now backtracking and accusing me of illegally hacking her phone and suggested I move out.I asked her why I have to move out as I have no friends or family here (I moved to England to for her) and she is using the term primary caregiver, even though we share responsibility for looking after the kids - she often works nights and I am solely responsible for them. I still want to work on the relationship, but she wants some space. My 2 questions are: 1, Am I unreasonable to refuse her request?she could go to her mums for space.2. What are my rights? Thank you for your help in advance!
franciour - 5-Apr-18 @ 5:26 PM
Help - Your Question:
Hi. My husband has decided he does not want to be married anymore and wants to be on his own. We live in the same house and he pays the mortgage. The house is in both our names. We have not spoken for 6 months and he comes and goes as he pleases. We have a 10 year old daughter and has already told her he does not want to live with us. He even lies to his daughter where he is going, sometimes he is away for days and comes home. It is so awkward living at home , I live upstairs and he lives downstairs and he treats the place like a hotel. What shall I do? My family want me to get a court order to remove him from the house. I am at my wits end as I have no one to turn to. My in laws have stopped talking to me I have no idea why. I am scared they will take my daughter away from me. Please help

Our Response:
The CAB link here, should help you further. It really is a matter of either trying to discuss your relationship and how you will move forward. If you cannot agree between you, then mediation is the next option to consider. Mediation is when two or more parties meet to resolve problems before the matter reaches court. It is most often used in family proceedings, contact orders, residence agreements and divorce. It is a formal negotiation and courts can accept the agreement of the mediation instead of having to go through the court process, although it is subject to final court approval. Mediation takes place in front of a neutral third party. The mediator has no pre-conceptions and will not force you to make an agreement. They will assist the two parties in taking turns in the conversation, and help you reach a decision that you are ready to agree with. Mediators do not pass judgment or offer guidance; they are there, in effect, to facilitate conversation between the two sides. If you cannot agree through mediation, then court would be your last option. The law recognises in marriage and other partnerships that while one person might be the breadwinner the other spouse contributes to the marriage in other non-financial ways, so you have an equal right to have a say regarding the property and where you should live. If the matter goes to court, preference is generally given to the day-to-day carer of your child, as the child is always given priority. In this case communication is the key regarding trying to resolve this matter.
DivorceResource - 5-Apr-18 @ 9:37 AM
Hi. My husband has decided he does not want to be married anymore and wants to be on his own. We live in the same house and he pays the mortgage. The house is in both our names. We have not spoken for 6 months and he comes and goes as he pleases. We have a 10 year old daughter and has already told her he does not want to live with us. He even lies to his daughter where he is going, sometimes he is away for days and comes home. It is so awkward living at home , I live upstairs and he lives downstairs and he treats the place like a hotel. What shall I do? My family want me to get a court order to remove him from the house. I am at my wits end as I have no one to turn to. My in laws have stopped talking to me I have no idea why. I am scared they will take my daughter away from me. Please help
Help - 4-Apr-18 @ 11:45 AM
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